"Marina (Zoueva, their coach) is going to be all over me now with a stopwatch," said Moir -- they also use video to monitor lift length.
"(Ice dancing) is a bit fussy. And to be honest we were kind of excited because that was an awesome skate for us. There was no doubt in our minds. That's exactly what we want to do. Now the (violations) don't take away from it but it would be nice to have a big number to go home and work off of."
They also received a surprisingly low score on one of their spins.
"To lose the points -- it is disheartening but it's easy too at the same time. At least we have them in black and white, on paper. I always find it a lot more difficult to go home and try and fix the program component scores (the artistic impression scores under the old judging system) where you have no idea where the judges' brains are at."